Head Injuries

Our Dallas-Fort Worth Car Crash Attorney Recovers Damages for Serious Injuries

About 2.8 million people are believed to suffer a brain injury every year, resulting in an estimated 50,000 deaths. Traffic accidents are a leading cause of traumatic brain injuries, accounting for as many as 400,000 TBIs. Safety features, such as airbags and seat belts, reduce risks of death and severe brain damage, but traffic accidents still cause almost one-third of all TBI deaths.

Bill Berenson has dedicated his almost four-decade long career to auto accident recovery. He knows the devastation that a head injury can cause and understands the many challenges that lay ahead for victims and their families. He treats his clients with respect and passion while aggressively pursuing maximum possible damages. His responsiveness, communication, legal abilities and quality of service have won him the Martindale-Hubbell "Client Distinction Award" every year since 2011. His high-figure results earned him life membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. We are available to help you recover the damages you are entitled to after your head injury.

Concussions

A concussion may cause headaches, memory loss, poor balance, dizziness, confusion, upset stomach and fatigue. Even if you did not actually hit your head, you are still at risk of brain damage. A concussion may occur when the brain is shaken inside the skull.

The good news is that patients often make a full recovery from a concussion with the correct diagnosis, timely treatment and appropriate management. Unfortunately, you may not realize you have a concussion. Symptoms can be delayed for hours or days after the accident, and when symptoms do appear, you might not realize the cause. For this reason, we advise our clients to seek medical attention if they believe they hit their head or were badly jolted in the accident.

Keeping your head safe after a concussion is vitally important to your long-term prognosis. Repetitive head injury describes the serious situation in which you injure your brain again before your previous concussion has healed. Both injuries may have been mild alone, but the second impact may cause severe swelling and brain herniation that can lead to permanent injuries or death.

Costs of Living

A relatively minor head injury can require substantial time off of work to recover. A permanent disability may impact your ability to ever work again at your full capacity. At a time when you are incurring medical bills, the lost income can be financially devastating.

The lifetime costs of treating a brain injury is estimated to range from $85,000 to $3 million. This figure does not include costs associated with diminished earning capacity and specialized tools and equipment you may need to adapt to a permanent disability. The figure also does not include the diminished income of family members who become caretakers of a severely brain damaged loved one.

To accurately calculate losses, our firm often consults with specialists, economists and experts in the industry in which our client worked. We also recover damages for diminished enjoyment of life, pain and suffering. Our goal is to ensure you have the financial support you need now and in the future.

Learn More About Recovering for a Head Injury

Berenson Injury Law handles complex brain injury claims. To learn more about your rights and options for recovery after a car crash, schedule a free appointment with our Dallas-Fort Worth auto accident attorney at 817-885-8000.